Marc B. Beyer

A graduate from Arizona State University, Marc B. Beyer is a recognized industry leader in the field of Landscape Architecture.  Designing and managing commercial, resort and urban residential projects are Mr. Beyer's expertise.  He delivers award-winning experience, knowledge-based leadership, a dedication to detail and reliable customer service, which has earned him a solid reputation among local and national landscape architects, land planning and urban design firms. Marc applies his training and international studies in Israel, Germany, Austria, France, Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland to understand and creatively solve urban issues. Marc is a forward thinking landscape designer embracing the collaboration and cooperation amongst like-minded professionals in the creation of inspiring, welcoming and livable outdoor spaces.

Arizona State University • Tempe, Arizona
Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture

Arizona State University • Tempe, Arizona
School of Landscape Architecture and Planning International Field Studies

Professional Experience
The Design Element, PLLC • Phoenix, Arizona
Partner, 2007-Present

MBB DESIGNS, LLC • Phoenix, Arizona
Principal, 2004-2007

Design Workshop • Tempe, Arizona
Project Manager, Project Designer, 2000-2004

Cornoyer-Hedrick • Phoenix, Arizona
Senior Landscape Designer and Project Manager, 1996-2000

Professional Affiliations
U.S. Green Building Council; Member

Arizona Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architecture (AZASLA)
Past President, 2002-2004
President, 2001-2002
President Elect, 2000-2001
Co-chair of Public Relations, 1998-2000

Arizona State University
Student Mentor and Guest Juror

Bradford Williams Award
ASLA National Subcommittee Member

Joint Urban Design Studio at Arizona State University
Core Charette Team Member

Urban Land Institute, Member

Valley Partnership Community Projects
Committee Member

Davis, David A. and Walker, Theodore D., Plan Graphics. 5th Edition.
John Wiley & Sons: New York, New York, 2000.

Maricopa Association of Governments.
Pedestrian Area Policies and Design Guidelines
Maricopa Association of Governments.
Phoenix, Arizona: October 1995.

Landscape Architecture Magazine
"Phoenix from the Ashes", April 2000, p.20

Phoenix Home & Garden, "Curb Appeal"
August 2002, p. 82 (Connolly Residence)

American Builder Magazine, Focus Article - Outdoor Design and Living,
"Why Use a Landscape Architect", May 2002, p. 38

Professional Achievements
Pacific Coast Builders Association: Gold Nugget Grand Award
2000 Valley Partnership Community Project
Phoenix Youth at Risk Role: Project Manager, Employed by: Cornoyer Hedrick

Valley Forward 1st Place
2001 Pedestrian-Oriented Design Program, University Road Tempe, Arizona
Role: Project Manager, Employed by: Design Workshop

The Arizona Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects
2002 Award of Recognition

"It is something to be able to paint a particular picture, or to carve a statue, and so to make a few objects beautiful; but it is far more glorious to carve and paint the very atmosphere and medium through which we look. To affect the quality of the day - that is the highest of arts."
-Henry David Thoreau